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3.16 Classification of Crashes by Level of Vehicle

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    Posted: Aug/27/2018 at 1:12pm
3.16 Classification of Crashes by Level of Vehicle Autonomy

3.16.1 introduction: The purpose of this classification is to indicate what type of assistive technology, if any, was 
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3.16 Classification of Crashes by Level of Vehicle Autonomy has impacted the entire classification scheme.  

Suggestions for discussion related to this new classification involve potential changes and updates to other definitions or additional definitions related, specifically, to the underlined text below:  
2.2.37 driver: A driver is an occupant who is in actual physical control of a transport vehicle or, for an out-of-control vehicle, an occupant who was in control until control was lost. 
2.2.38 passenger: A passenger is any occupant of a road vehicle other than its driver.
2.4.4 unstabilized situation: An unstabilized situation is a set of events not under human control. It originates when control is lost and terminates when control is regained or, in the absence of persons who are able to regain control, when all persons and property are at rest.  

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